Digital sound optimization with signal processors (DSP)
If the sound system in the car is to be tuned for maximum listening pleasure based on personal sound requirements, a DSP is exactly the right component to adjust the music reproduction to high-end level. By the way, the top sellers in this category are: DD Audio DSI-3
, ESX DIRECTION D68SP
, Ground Zero GZDSP 4-8XII
. If you want to jump straight to the most popular brands, we recommend you take a look at: ESX
, Ground Zero
, DD Audio
What is a signal processor for?
A signal processor is inserted between the power amplifier and loudspeaker
and digitally processes the audio signals in real time. With a DSP, numerous equalizer settings can be used for the sound optimization
can be made. In addition, a DSP offers extensive setting options for high-pass and low-pass filters. The digital signal processing results in a loss-free listening pleasure. In addition, the frequency separation of individual speakers can be adjusted individually.
When is a signal processor useful?
A DSP is often used for complex sound systems
and is used for acoustic fine tuning
intended. With the high-performance processors, it is possible to make runtime configurations and assign each speaker to a specific volume value. A DSP is already integrated in some amplifier models, otherwise they have to be purchased separately in the form of an external box.
What should I look for in a DSP?
Depending on how complex the sound system is, it is important to ensure that it has sufficient number of inputs and outputs
to pay attention to. Most DSPs have four to six inputs in the form of RCA or high-level connectors. On the other hand, there are typically six to twelve RCA outputs for a multi-channel loudspeaker system.
Which manufacturers does Masori distribute?
Currently, our range at Masori includes signal processors from the following manufacturers: ARC Audio, Awave, Dayton Audio, ESX
FOR-X, Ground Zero, Hifonics, JL Audio, MiniDSP, Musway, Rockford Fosgate, STEG, Stetsom.
A DSP is the most modern form of sound optimization and offers extensive equalizer settings for an optimal sound experience. However, the setting options require a certain amount of technical know-how.
Accordingly, beginners should read up on the subject in advance.